vaulting

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Englisch - Türkisch
kemer
sıçrama
kubbe
tonoslu yapı
atlama
atla
{i} kemerli yapı
yükseğe çıkan
tonoz yapımı
vault
tonoz
vault
{f} atlamak
vault
{i} mahzen
vaulting horse
kasa
vaulting horse
müsabaka atı
vaulting horse
atlama beygiri
vaulting horse
spor atlama beygiri
vaulting pole
yüksek atlama sırığı
vault
{i} (yeraltında) kemerli mezar odası
vault
{i} kasa

Dan kasa dairesine girdi ve milyonlarca dolar çaldı. - Dan broke into the vault and stole millions of dollars.

vault
{i} yüksek atlama
vault
{f} sıçramak
vault
{i} mezar
vault
mahsen
vault
üstünden atlamak
vault
kemer atmak
vault
kuzu
vault
{i} kasa dairesi

Dan kasa dairesine girdi ve milyonlarca dolar çaldı. - Dan broke into the vault and stole millions of dollars.

vault
kümbet
performing
{f} yap

Onlar onun operasyonu yapmasında yardım etti. - They assisted him in performing the operation.

Adli tabip onun neden öldüğünü bulmak için Tom üzerinde bir otopsi yapıyor. - The coroner is performing an autopsy on Tom to find out why he died.

performing
{i} yapma

Onlar onun operasyonu yapmasında yardım etti. - They assisted him in performing the operation.

vault
yeraltı mezarı
vault
kubbe
vault
{f} üstünden atla
vault
üzerinden atlamak
vault
atlama

Sırıkla atlamacı, yedi feetten fazla atladı. - The pole vaulter jumped more than seven feet.

Brezilyalı atlet Thiago Da Silva, Olimpiyat sırıkla atlama altın madalyasını kazandı ve bir olimpiyat rekoru kırdı. - The Brazilian athlete Thiago Da Silva won the Olympic pole vault gold medal and set an Olympic record.

vault
{i} üstünden atlama
performing
yapan
pole vaulting
(Spor) Sırıkla yüksek atlama
vault
üstünden atla(mak)
fan vaulting
yelpaze şeklinde kemer
performing
{s} oynama
performing
icra
performing
{s} hünerli
performing
{s} becerikli
performing
{s} sergileme
performing
{s} gösteri
vault
{f} tonozla örtmek
vault
{i} atlama, atlayış
vault
{i} sıçrama
vault
{f} kemer yapmak
vault
{f} engel atlamak
vault
{f} sırıkla atlamak
vault
metfen
vault
(Tıp) Kubbe veya kemer şeklinde organ
Englisch - Englisch
The practice of constructing vaults, or a particular method of such construction
The sport of gymnastics and dance routines performed on horseback, and on the longe line
performing
A vaulted structure; such structures treated as a group
Exaggerated or overreaching
Present participle of vault
Leaning upward or over
{i} leaping motion; arched structure
arches in a roof or ceiling. vaulting ambition the desire to achieve as much as possible. Gymnastics exercise in which the athlete leaps over a form that was originally intended to mimic a horse. At one time, the pommel horse was used in the vaulting exercise, with the pommels (handles) removed. The sanctioning body for gymnastic sport, the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG), decreed in 2001 that a vaulting table would be introduced to replace the horse. In men's vaulting the height of the table is 1.35 m (4.43 ft) from the floor; for women, the height is 1.20 m (3.94 ft). A Reuther board, a type of springboard, is placed in front of the near end of the apparatus. The gymnast runs, gathers momentum while nearing the apparatus, rebounds off the springboard, and, supporting the hands on the apparatus, vaults over it and performs an acrobatic maneuver
the vaults forming the roof inside a building
Act of one who vaults or leaps
The act of constructing vaults; a vaulted construction
(architecture) a vaulted structure; "arches and vaulting
Vaulting is when a player places one or both hands on a structure, usually a fence, and lifts themself over it All players have thier own distinct style of vaulting
revealing excessive self-confidence; reaching for the heights; "vaulting ambition"
(architecture) a vaulted structure; "arches and vaulting"
a roof constructed in the form of a arched bays
a light leap by a horse in which both hind legs leave the ground before the forelegs come down
vaulting horse
A piece of gymnastic equipment with an upholstered body but no pommels
vaulting horses
plural form of vaulting horse
vaulting school
A place where one learns to vault

With a total of 10 pole vaulters Chesapeake might also be the state's biggest vaulting school helping to reinvigorate a sport said to be on its deathbed as recently as two years ago.

vaulting school
A brothel

In the late sixteenth century, the word nunnery also came to mean brothel. . . . Around the same time, the synonymous leaping-house also emerged, which anticipated the eighteenth-century terms vaulting-school and pushing-school, all implying vigorous acts of sex.

vaulting schools
plural form of vaulting school
vaulting-school
Alternative spelling of vaulting school
vaulting horse
a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated; used lengthwise for vaulting
vaulting horse
A piece of gymnastic equipment with an upholstered body used especially for vaulting
vaulting-horse
type of gymnastics apparatus
pole-vaulting
The sport of performing pole vaults, especially in a competition
pole-vaulting
Present participle of pole-vault
vault
An arched structure of masonry, forming a ceiling or canopy
vault
An act of vaulting; a leap or jump
vault
A secure, enclosed area, especially an underground room used for burial, or to store valuables, wine etc

Family members had been buried in the vault for centuries.

vault
To build as, or cover with a vault
vault
A structure resembling a vault, especially (poetic) that formed by the sky
vault
An event in gymanstics performed on a vaulting horse
vault
To jump or leap over

The fugitive vaulted over the fence to escape.

vault
A vault is an arched roof or ceiling. the vault of a great cathedral
vault
A grave liner that completely encloses a casket or urn
vault
a burial chamber (usually underground)
vault
An arched roof or ceiling, usually made of stone, brick, or concrete
vault
{v} to arch, arch over, leap, jump, tumble
vault
{n} a cellar, cave, grave, arch, leap, jump
pole vaulting
(Spor) Pole vaulting is a track and field event in which a person uses a long, flexible pole (which today is usually made either of fiberglass or carbon fiber) as an aid to leap over a bar
fan vaulting
an elaborate system of vaulting in which the ribs diverge like fans
fan vaulting
n. A series or system of fan vaults
vault
The outer burial container which houses the casket in a below ground burial space Usually made of concrete, steel or copper
vault
an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof
vault
{i} arch, dome; room with an arch or a dome; secure room for storing money or valuables; underground burial chamber; pole vaulting
vault
To exhibit feats of tumbling or leaping; to tumble
vault
A vault is a secure room where money and other valuable things can be kept safely. Most of the money was in storage in bank vaults
vault
A leap or bound
vault
an arched ceiling or roof of stone or brick, sometimes imitated in wood or plaster
vault
A roof composed of arches of masonry or cement construction
vault
A room in the ship that is surrounded by radiation shielding It provides crew protection during radiation storms
vault
Stone roof or ceiling
vault
A rigid container (usually made of concrete or polypropylene), placed in the ground used to prevent leakage of toxic body substances into the soil Vaults, with removable lids, are also used to store multiple urns, placed at various times
vault
Stone roofing Vitrified - Material reduced to glass by extreme heat
vault
(English) In church architecture, the arched masonry roof Viceregal: (English) Pertaining to the Viceroyalty, or the period during which Spanish America was a colonial subject, divided into viceroyalties
vault
The stone covering of a building It may either be «barrel» type (of semi-circular section) or with «cross ribbing» (as the result of the inter-connection of two barrel vaults of identical diameter) The ogival vault only appeared with the advent of Gothic architecture
vault
If you vault something or vault over it, you jump quickly onto or over it, especially by putting a hand on top of it to help you balance while you jump. He could easily vault the wall Ned vaulted over a fallen tree. In building construction, an arched structure forming a ceiling or roof. The masonry vault exerts the same kind of thrust as the arch, and must be supported along its entire length by heavy walls with limited openings. The basic barrel vault, in effect a continuous series of arches, first appeared in ancient Egypt and the Middle East. Roman architects discovered that two barrel vaults intersecting at right angles (a groin vault) could, when repeated in series, span rectangular areas of unlimited length. Because the groin vault's thrusts are concentrated at the four corners, its supporting walls need not be massive. Medieval European builders developed the rib vault, a skeleton of arches or ribs on which the masonry could be laid. The fan vault, popular in the English Perpendicular style, used fan-shaped clusters of tracery-like ribs springing from pendants or columns. The 19th century saw the use of large iron skeletons as frameworks for vaults of lightweight materials (see Crystal Palace). An important modern innovation is the reinforced-concrete shell vault, which, if its length is three or more times its transverse section, behaves as a deep beam and exerts no lateral thrust
vault
A leap by aid of the hands, or of a pole, springboard, or the like
vault
To form with a vault, or to cover with a vault; to give the shape of an arch to; to arch; as, vault a roof; to vault a passage to a court
vault
To jump or leap over (something)
vault
A burial chamber underground or partly so Also includes in meaning the outside metal or concrete casket container
vault
a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables
vault
An enclosed area covered with an arched roof, especially an underground room used for burial, or to store valuables, wine etc
vault
An arched apartment; especially, a subterranean room, use for storing articles, for a prison, for interment, or the like; a cell; a cellar
vault
An arched roof or covering of masonry construction-- made of brick, stone, or concrete
vault
A sloped ceiling
vault
To leap over; esp
vault
to leap over by aid of the hands or a pole; as, to vault a fence
vault
An arched covering in stone or brick over any building
vault
An event performed over the vaulting horse by both men and women The gymnast races down a runway, vaults from a springboard onto the horse, landing with the hands, and then vaults off to a standing position Each competitor performs two vaults and the scores are averaged
vault
A vault is a room underneath a church or in a cemetery where people are buried, usually the members of a single family. He ordered that Matilda's body should be buried in the family vault. = tomb
vault
To leap; to bound; to jump; to spring
vault
An arched ceiling constructed of masonry materials; the undersurface, or soffit, is usually curved If the vault is generated from a series of pointed, rather than round, arches, it is called a groin vault
vault
A roof or ceiling whose structure is based on the arch There are a wide range of forms, including the barrel (or tunnel) vault, formed by a continuous semi-circular arch; the groin vault, formed when two barrel vaults intersect; and the rib vault, consistong of a framework of diagonal ribs supporting interlocking arches The development of the various forms was of great structural and aesthetic importance in the development of church architecture during the Middle Ages
vault
A sloped ceiling rising from one side of the room to another
vault
The canopy of heaven; the sky
vault
the act of jumping over an obstacle an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof a burial chamber (usually underground) a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables bound vigorously jump across or leap over (an obstacle)
vault
jump across or leap over (an obstacle)
vault
The EDM System's computerised data storage area and databases Information stored in the EDM vault are controlled by system rules and processes
vault
Cemetery vaults are underground tombs The word comes from the Latin uoluere, which suggests a turning, referring in the case of vaults to the curving roof of the structure
vault
The curved ceiling of a tunnel or underground building
vault
Arched ceiling or roof, usually in brick or stone
vault
Same as BWER
vault
{f} leap up or over (especially with the help of the hands or a vaulting pole); rising up suddenly (as to fame or success); create a vaulted structure; be in the form of a vaulted structure
vault
bound vigorously
vault
the act of jumping over an obstacle
vault
The bound or leap of a horse; a curvet
vault
A stone arched ceiling (A Barrel Vault was round rather than pointed in the Gothic style )
vaulting
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